Tag Archives: Juba

Machar appointed South Sudan’s Vice President

By Simon Alison South Sudan rebels welcome surprise move to reappoint leader as vice president.Decree gets cautious approval but analysts fe [...]

Carter Centre covers sexual violence cases against staff in South Sudan

By Anna Leach and Sandra Laville Like other victims, Sarah Pierce – who was assaulted by a fellow aid worker in South Sudan – says [...]

South Sudan conflict: Army ‘raped and torched girls

  By Staff Reporter More than 40% of South Sudan‘s population is in need of food aid South Sudan strife South Sudan’s unhap [...]

South Sudan’s estimated 9,000 child soldiers

By Staff Reporter The national army has recommitted to the cause of sparing children from fighting, but it’s not totally up to them. E [...]

South Sudan drops treason charges to promote peace

By Staff Reporter Pagan Amum was once a staunch ally of the president South Sudan strife South Sudan is withdrawing the case against four to [...]

Fighting breaks out again in South Sudan

By Staff Reporter   Fighting is reported to be taking place in Malakal‘s northern, southern and central zones South Sudan strife [...]

Ceasefire in South Sudan?

By Staff Reporter Juba, South Sudan The ceasefire was agreed on Thursday after talks in Ethiopia A ceasefire agreement has come into effect [...]
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